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Waterworks Park

Tannery and Waterworks Park Officially Opens

On Friday, November 8th, Mayor Rob Burton joined Town Councillors Cathy Duddeck and Ray Chisholm, Councillor Erma Ferrell of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and local residents for the grand reopening of Tannery ...

Lake Ontario water levels

Lake Ontario water levels expected to rise

The latest information provided by the International Lake Ontario – St. Lawrence River Board (ILOSLRB) indicates that Lake Ontario water levels will continue to rise this coming week.

2018 Oakville Children's Festival

Fred Penner to headline 2018 Oakville Children’s Festival

National treasure and four-time Juno Award winner Fred Penner will headline the 2018 Oakville Children ’s Festival

7th Annual Scout Tree Planting Event

Scouts plant 400 trees at Halton Region Waste Management Site

On Saturday, April 29, Halton Region partnered with Conservation Halton and Scouts Canada for the 17th Annual Scout Tree Planting Event.

Creek through Appleby Collge

Oakville’s tree canopy reaches new heights

Even in the face of ice storms, urban development and the impact of Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), Oakville has increased its tree canopy by 1.3 per cent since 2005, a new study has revealed.

Child jumping through a water sprinkler

Voluntary Residential Outdoor Water Restrictions Implemented by Halton

Due to the extended hot, dry weather in our region, Conservation Halton and Credit Valley Conservation have issued a Level 1 Low Water Condition in the Halton area on July 8, 2016.

Celebrating Bronte Bluffs restoration

The town celebrated the completion of a bioswale project at Bronte Bluffs on June 29, 2016 with community partners Conservation Halton, Bronte BIA, Bronte Historical Society, Bronte Horticultural Society, Oakvillegreen, Evergreen, and Amec Foster Wheeler.

Halton environmental film series returns to Oakville theatre

Halton Green Screens, an eco-film series, which raises awareness about important environmental issues, is back at Oakville’s Film.ca Cinemas on Thursday May 12th and June 9th.

Morrison Creek

Conservation Halton issues Flood Warning for Oakville: April 6 & 7, 2016

What a wild and crazy  early spring Oakville is having from Snow Fall Warnings, and now to Flood Warnings.

Children interacting with Water Display

10th annual Halton Children’s Water Festival for teachers and students

Registration for the 10th annual Halton Children’s Water Festival is now open. The festival runs from September 29 to October 2 at the Kelso Conservation Area in Milton and is open to students in grades ...

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